Little Angels is an early education centre that emphasises outdoor play and discovery.
By furnishing our classrooms with plenty of open windows and natural sunlight, we can assure the wellbeing, enjoyment, and safety of our kids. The rooms are filled with engaging activities that encourage children to interact with their friends and teachers, as well as cosy spaces like book corners where they may read or colour in solitude.
Our extensive outdoor space gives kids plenty of room to run around in and facilitates a variety of major motor activities like climbing, biking, and more! The compost bins and worm farms in our facility are used by our trained educators to facilitate a wide range of environmental education opportunities, including gardening, animal care, and sustainability. The kids can play outside all through the year because we have plenty of covered areas.
Each child and their family get our utmost attention here at Little Angels Early Learning Centre. To achieve this, we only hire trustworthy staff who are committed to the children's well-being and who have extensive experience working with young people. Our mission is to provide every child with the opportunity and means to develop and learn to their maximum potential.
The Early Years Curriculum is designed around the principles of the Framework for Early Childhood Education. The framework will emphasise the unique contributions of each kid in the class by drawing on that children's shared interests, knowledge, experience, and background. All the fundamentals of learning and development will be covered.
We think that play is critical for the development of young children's brains and for their ability to learn. In order to satisfy children's innate desire to learn about the world, we work hard to provide them many chances to explore, investigate, and discover new things; this includes opportunities to make discoveries about themselves, others, and the environment around them.
We support the rights of all kids, no matter their gender, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, additional needs, or religious upbringing. We also encourage the use of the student's native language in the classroom because we know it is the most beneficial for learning.
We think kids are naturally inquisitive, resourceful learners who can piece together their own understanding of the world. Our goal is to foster connections that help kids feel like they belong, help them see themselves as valuable members of society, and inspire them to believe in their own limitless potential. Relationships based on mutual respect and caring will develop naturally among all children.
We put in a lot of effort to build relationships with families that serve as a channel between the centre and the children's everyday lives. Through open lines of communication, we'll create a space where families may feel at home and welcome while they contribute to the centre's regular operations.
Educators at Little Angels are unique people who bring something new to the classroom every day. As teachers, we pay close attention to kids so that they can build up a healthy self-esteem.
With the help of our professional staff, we provide a secure and stable environment where children can learn by doing. Teachers foster a positive relationship with the natural environment by teaching admiration, respect, and gratitude.
Meet the ELC founder
Since I wanted to be able to have my own children with me at all times, I started my service 17 years ago. When it came to child care, I didn't want to rely on relatives. I was interested in seeing them grow.
I've learned a lot from observing kids of varying ages reach important developmental landmarks over the years.
The bonds I've formed with different families are something I've truly valued. Having a large, loving family around me has been a benefit to my life, and I've especially appreciated the presence of my many siblings.
There are good days and bad days, but I've learned as centre director to take each day as it comes and enjoy it for what it is.
An educator and director's career has several potential payoffs. The benefits of establishing connections with schools, families, and youngsters cannot be overstated.
I have been able to successfully expand the center's services and run it smoothly thanks to the cooperation of the center's teachers and families. I take great delight in providing excellent care to the families and children that rely on me.
As theorised by John Dewey, “We do not learn from experience... we learn from reflecting on experience.”